PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Alexis Wright, her attorney and prosecutors met for 5 hours Wednesday, but did not agree to a plea deal in Wright's prostitution case. Both sides say talks will continue.
Wright is accused of running a prostitution business out of her Kennebunk Zumba studio. She's also facing felony tax evasion charges.
Her alleged business partner, Mark Strong, was convicted on charges of promoting prostitution last week. During Strong's trial, the prosecution showed a video of a woman they said was Wright having sex for money.
Neither side would characterize Wednesday's plea negotiations. Wright's attorney, Sarah Churchill, said, "I don't have any comment about how today went. There was no agreement reached. Discussions will keep going. That's it."